La Maison des Oliviers
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Hello again, The internet is bad here even when "they" say it is good. Not really strong enough to get many photos with my entries and I have some great photos. I have tried several times to send photos and it just doesn't work, unfortunately. I will be heading to Fez in a couple of days and will try catching up with photos from there. Too bad because I was so excited to show you my camel!
... I am on my own again, will surely meet others. Justin is in Europe until June so we will try to meet up again and travel together.
The Sahara camel experience was interesting but it was so cold in the evening and early morning. We slept in Berber tents. We traveled there on our camels and in the morning we got back on our camels and returned to our starting place and had breakfast before the long drive home. Enjoy the camel photos. My best, Adventure ...
... in the Atlas. It is a documentary and was narrated in Arabic with French subtitles. We sat for a bit watching, with the French speaker in the group narrating as follows: “Now we reached this village and saw it, then we climbed and reached this village. Here is a donkey. Then we continued to the next village.” I’m sure it could have actually much more insightful than that, but I’ve seen my share of cultural documentaries from the 1940’s and ...
... do we have to pay a special entrance fee. we do, however, must pay for the seafood. The festival lasts all week long, but we can only stay for one night and one day. The food and drinks will cost $93.27 including the main course, desserts, and tip. The cost of the flight and the hotel and the food will cost $4,340.38.
Strolling into town, passing the many cats that roam the Marrakech streets, we headed for the Badi palace. On our way we of course thought we'd stop off for a mint tea in one of the squares we stumbled upon. Enticed into a spice shop, the owner invited us in for another cup of tea. But made the traditional Berber way. He told us all about the Berber lifestyle and the medicinal qualities of the ingredients. It tasted amazing, so despite our cup being 'free', we of course politely ...